- n. Plural form of prezzie.
“I am a creative dud when it comes to imaging, but I have a friend that is a PSP wiz and she likes to make what she calls "prezzies".”
“Don't get me wrong, I love "prezzies," but I think, especially these days, people lose their minds (and re-mortgage their houses) to buy gifts for everyone.”
“The prezzies came in the mail and I am awash with pleased amusement.”
“A third happy man was talking about prezzies for big kids and little kids, and then Houston himself was striding back and forth across the stage in front of foot-high chapter and verse, a bible in his hand and a flesh-coloured Madonna-mike clamped to his cheek.”
“Happy Man 1: Well, we've got some great prezzies to give away today, for the big kids as well as well as the little kids.”
“I just ordered my birthday prezzies from Who North America (yes, I do that, DH doesn't have the time or inclination) and I am such a little girl.”
“And, in addition to lots of birthday cheer, this year I got a bunch of lovely prezzies ... including, but not limited to, a yummy cupcake from kammgirl and a party hat from missmurchison ...”
“Except these are prezzies that you're not going to find under the tree when you stumble into the living room on the morning of December 25.”
“We've all gotten those crappy goodies during less-than-memorable family get-togethers, just as we've all been given those prezzies that are so superlative they make our hearts sing.”
“December, 2009: You were enjoying the holidays, drinking nog, wrapping prezzies, hugging puppies.”
Looking for tweets for prezzies.